British woman killed by nerve agent used in Skripal attack
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British woman Dawn Sturgess has died after coming into contact with the nerve agent novichok, four months after a former Russian double agent and his daughter were poisoned in the same area. Elaine Moore talks to the FT's defence correspondent David Bond about what we know so far.
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